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By Max Bowen-max.bowen@northstarreporter.com A new decoration celebrating the town's history can now be seen in North Attleborough's downtown area. Banners featuring four historical buildings—First Baptist Church, Woodcock-Garrison House, H.F. Barrows Manufacturing Company, and Attleborough Falls Gasholder—were posted by Annie and...
By Max Bowen-max.bowen@northstarreporter.com It is estimated that the proposed Holland Brands recreational marijuana store slated for 1320 S. Washington Street will generate up to 1,000 vehicle trips a day. During a virtual hearing for the business held by the Planning Board...
By Max Bowen-max.bowen@northstarreporter.com Whether you run a restaurant, a retail store, or any other kind of business for that matter, the last five months have been a strange and difficult road. For many, March through June was a wash as most...
Several of North Attleborough's downtown businesses arranged special events and deals to mark the Tax-Free Weekend, which took place on Aug. 29 and 30. Though the rain caused some events to be canceled—such as live music at the gazebo...
By Max Bowen-max.bowen@northstarreporter.com The Planning Board held a brief hearing for a hotel to be built at 777 S. Washington Street. Located at the corner of Quinn Street and Route 1, the project calls for a Holiday Inn to be...
By Max Bowen-max.bowen@northstarreporter.com The hearing process for three retail marijuana establishments continued last Thursday as the Planning Board discussed a proposal for S. Washington Street. Proponents for Holland Brands went before the board on Aug. 20 in a virtual meeting....
North Attleborough's downtown businesses will host a variety of events to mark the tax-free weekend on Aug. 29. There will be a fashion show, a live artist paintingl, music at the Town Common gazebo, sidewalk sales, and vehicles from...
By Max Bowen-max.bowen@northstarreporter.com Two sites in town, both unused for years, will see new life in the near future. The former ABC Vacuum site at 99 Chestnut St. was bought on June 26 by Pawtucket Credit Union. CEO George Charette...
By Max Bowen-max.bowen@northstarreporter.com Aaron Voisine said that Red Stone Grill won't be one of those places that charges $38 for a pasta dish—they just want to make a really great burger. Voisine—the new executive chef at Red Stone—said that working...
By Max Bowen-max.bowen@northstarreporter.com A nine-year Tax Incremental Financing agreement between the town and H1 Lincoln—doing business as Majestic Honda—has been approved. The agreement was originally approved at the 2017 Town Meeting, but a legal dispute over an alleged...